Notably, Alaska is a republican state, and Begich’s current policy proved not enough to counter this fact.
Greg Orman’s assumed that his reputation was enough to acquire a senate seat as an independent candidate. By being neither a committed republican nor a democrat, Orman’s success majorly depended on his policy. To his disappointment, independent voter’s turnout was lower than expected. Secondly, the women that Greg Orman anticipated to support his reproductive health policy never turned out to vote as expected.
In addition, Greg Ormans affection to the republicans reduced his popularity among the democrats. In history, Greg’s actions leaned more in support of republicans. He voted for Mitt Romney in 2012, supported Ryan’s budget philosophy, and criticized Obama care. His little Caucasian with democrats, such as supporting Obama in 2008, does not make him a neutral candidate. Unexpectedly, Kansas voters especially democrats realized Greg’s immature independency and hence gave Pat Robert an